License for the code in the book?


#1

Hi, all!

I’m finishing chapter 28 now and an upcoming project requires processing RSS feeds. Is it OK to build on the code from the book and use that in a project? Obviosuly, I’m not going to try to sell “NerdFeed” :wink:. I didn’t see any notes about copyright or license of the code in the book.

Thanks,

Steve


#2

You can use the code as a guide for your own projects, yes. The copyright would protect us from someone trying to distribute the code as they are written as exercises.


#3

Thank you! That’s very reasonable.

Take care,
Steve


#4

On a related topic, what do you guys think about embedding RSS feeds from a third party in an app? Can I charge money for an app whose secondary role would be to show someone else’s (public) content?

Thanks,
Greg